Used 1996 BMW M3 Review

Edmunds expert review

What's new for 1996

The 1996 BMW M3's inline six grows to 3.2 liters of displacement and gains 11 extra pound-feet of torque (for a total of 236); peak torque is now accessible at 3,800 rpm as opposed to 4,200. Otherwise, this superb performance coupe is unchanged for 1996.

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